Denmark’s maritime industry stands as a cornerstone of its economy, deeply ingrained in the nation’s seafaring heritage and strategic geographical position at the crossroads of the Baltic and North Seas. Renowned for its shipping companies, Denmark ranks among the world’s leading maritime nations, with companies like Maersk Line commanding a significant presence in global shipping. The Port of Copenhagen serves as a vital hub for passenger traffic and freight shipments, while the Port of Esbjerg specializes in offshore energy operations, particularly wind energy. Denmark’s shipbuilding sector, although smaller in scale, focuses on high-tech and specialized vessels, contributing to its reputation for innovation in maritime technology. Additionally, Denmark is a pioneer in sustainable shipping practices, spearheading initiatives for cleaner fuels and green maritime technologies, thus reinforcing its position as a key player in the global maritime arena.

Major Ports supported
  1. Port of Copenhagen: As Denmark’s largest port and a vital maritime gateway, the Port of Copenhagen handles diverse cargo and passenger traffic. Situated on the eastern coast of Zealand, it offers modern facilities and efficient logistics services, serving as a key hub for Scandinavian and Baltic Sea trade.
  2. Port of Esbjerg: Located on the western coast of Jutland, the Port of Esbjerg is a prominent hub for offshore energy operations, particularly wind energy. Renowned for its specialized facilities and expertise in servicing the offshore industry, it plays a crucial role in Denmark’s renewable energy sector and international maritime trade.
  3. Port of Aarhus: Positioned on the eastern coast of Jutland, the Port of Aarhus is Denmark’s largest container port and a major hub for international trade. With state-of-the-art terminals and efficient logistics solutions, it facilitates the handling of containerized cargo, bulk goods, and Ro-Ro traffic, enhancing regional connectivity.
  4. Port of Fredericia: Situated on the eastern coast of Jutland, the Port of Fredericia is a strategic maritime gateway offering versatile facilities for container handling, bulk cargo, and ferry services. With its central location and modern infrastructure, it serves as an important link in Denmark’s transport network, facilitating trade flows within Scandinavia and beyond.
Services Offered

Annual and 5-Yearly inspections – Lifesaving Appliances and Equipment: Life boat, Life Raft, Firefighting Appliances and Equipment, Davits, Winches, Load Testing, Spare Parts and Supply. Launching appliances and release gears testing, IMO Signs, Chemical Suits